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UNTH’s leadership team is guided by the hospital’s mission to deliver excellence in patient care, advance that care through innovative research and education and improve the health and well-being of the diverse communities we serve.
With over 50 trained personnel on our leadership team, UNTH is in great hands.
The University of Nigeria Teaching Hospital, Enugu
The Hospital was launched early in the 20th century as a standard healthcare centre for Africans. It later metamorphosed into a General Hospital in 1960 and a Specialist Hospital in 1970. Today, the bed capacity of the hospital is over 500 beds and the number of its personnel has increased tremendously.
We aim towards the provision of in – patient and out – patient services to our clients through our highly trained staff, provision of adequate clinical materials for service on all matters pertaining to health.
Training of doctors into specialists is at the heart of what we stand for at UNTH. We have trained numerous doctors over the years and are commited to the provision of teaching facilities for training students and other persons.
Our hospital is noted for research as we conduct and promote research on all matters pertaining to health. Our mission is to make significant impact through various forms of research
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Allergies are among the most common health problems, with more than 50 million people afflicted with asthma, seasonal hay fever, or other allergy-related conditions each year.
Many knee problems are a result of the aging process and continual wear and stress on the knee joint (i.e., arthritis). Other knee problems are a result of an injury or a sudden movement that strains the knee. Common knee problems include the following: sprained or strained knee ligaments and/or muscles, torn cartilage, tendonitis, and arthritis.
A brain tumor is an abnormal growth of tissue in the brain. The tumor can either originate in the brain itself, or come from another part of the body and travel to the brain (metastasize). Brain tumors may be classified as either benign (non-cancerous) or malignant (cancerous), depending on their behavior
The most common type of breast infection is lactational mastitis. With this condition, which occurs when a woman is breastfeeding, the nipples become cracked and sore, allowing bacteria from the baby’s mouth to enter the ducts and rapidly multiply in the milk. Occasionally, infection also arises from a blocked milk duct. In both cases, the breast becomes hard, reddened, hot, and painful. Nonlactational mastitis is similar to lactational mastitis but occurs in nonlactating women.
News & Articles
UNTH Management Trains Staff On Quality Improvement
University of Nigeria Teaching Hospital, Ituku-Ozalla, Enugu State, on Wednesday, August 27 2022, kicked off a three-day training on quality improvement
UNTH Commissions Ultra-modern Diagnostic Facilities In The Department Of Radiology
On the 29th of July, 2022, UNTH’s management officially unveiled cutting-edge diagnostic facilities in the Radiology Department
The FG/WHO National New Vaccine Surveillance Team Visits UNTH Ituku -Ozalla
The National New Vaccine Surveillance Team visited the UNTH surveillance site on Wednesday 26th June 2019.
World Continence Week Commemoration In UNTH
World Continence Week is a week set aside across the globe to raise awareness on Continence and improve knowledge of Continence.
A Media Gallery of the World Continence Week Commemoration In UNTH
A Media Gallery containing all the wonderful memories that were made during the World Continence Week Commemoration in UNTH
Risk factors for developing coronary heart disease
Did you know that your fitness conditions, your lifestyle, and your age and family history can heighten your chance for coronary heart disease?